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[audio]Andrei Codrescu lecture, Surrealism and the suggestions of the unconsciousness, July, 1988. - Codrescu, Andrei
An Andrei Codrescu lecture on surrealism and the suggestions of the unconsciousness. Codrescu discuses what surrealism is, automatic writing, William S. Burroughs, and cut-ups. Codrescu also reads from his book, The Disappearance of the Outside. The lecture concludes with a question and answer period.
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[audio]William S. Burroughs class on the technology and ethic of wishing - Part 2 - Burroughs, William S.; Ginsberg, Allen; Waldman, Anne
Second half of a class by William S. Burroughs on the technology and the ethics of wishing. This half contains additional commentary by Anne Waldman and Allen Ginsberg. Included is a question and answer session that covers the space shuttle Challenger explosion, lucid dreaming, yoga, feminine energy, DNA, the Dalai Lama, and music. Waldman also discusses the ego, rituals, science and why questions, death, birth, mortality, and the bodhisattva...
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[audio]Peter Lamborn Wilson lecture, June, 1999. - Wilson, Peter Lamborn
First half of a lecture by Peter Lamborn Wilson. Wilson plays a few music CDs followed followed by a discussion of William S. Burroughs's book The Western Lands, Marco Polo, Caliph of Cairo, Mongol raids, Arthur Rimbaud and other topics. (Continues on 99P052)
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[audio]Harry Smith lecture, 5:00 pm comments, July, 1989. - Smith, Harry
A very short excerpt of Harry Smith talking about slam dancing, fans and clocks, and pinhole cameras,
Keywords: none
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[audio]Andrei Codrescu lecture on writing and publishing, June, 2002. - Codrescu, Andrei
Lecture by Andrei Codrescu focusing on writing and publishing, especially as it relates to his experience in Romania. He discusses publishing with a focus on small presses run by writers. The lecture follows Codrescu's personal history, moving to New York in the 1960s where he encountered the mimeograph as a printing press. The talk continues with the end of the mimeograph era and the beginning of the perfect bound printing methods of the 1980s and the electronic printing technology of the 1990s...
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[audio]Harry Smith lecture on Native American cosmos. - Smith, Harry
Harry Smith describes two Native American ceremonies he witnessed in the early 1940's in the Pacific Northwest. Interspersed with his account of the ceremonies, he discusses tangentially various related topics, including Native American health before the European invasion, Native American sign language, the migration of symbols, misogyny in anthropological accounts of Native American peoples, creation myths, and cosmology.
Keywords: spirituality and literature; mysticism
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg class on American vision - Part 2 - Ginsberg, Allen
Second half of a class with Allen Ginsberg discussing the convergence of Walt Whitman and William Blake, negative capability, meditation and clear seeing. Click for first half of Ginsberg's class.
Keywords: New American Poetry; beat movement; Buddhism; spirituality and literature
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[audio]Peter Lamborn Wilson lecture, The temporary autonomous zone or the pleasures of disappearance, July, 1990. - Wilson, Peter Lamborn
Second half of Peter Lamborn Wilson's lecture on the temporary autonomous zone, or the pleasures of disappearance. Wilson looks at the ways in which individuals and groups have created alternatives or found refuges from dominant repressive social realities. He also examines how artists and writers have achieved temporary autonomous zones in terms of creativity, linguistics, and thought processes. Wilson concludes by proposing strategies for consciously creating temporary autonomous zones as a st...
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[audio]Peter Lamborn Wilson lecture, The temporary autonomous zone or the pleasures of disappearance, July, 1990. - Wilson, Peter Lamborn
First half of a Peter Lamborn Wilson (aka Hakim Bey) lecture on the temporary autonomous zone, or the pleasures of disappearance. Wilson looks at the ways in which individuals and groups have created alternatives or found refuges from dominant repressive social realities. He gives examples of groups who created islands of autonomy in repressive cultures, such as pirates and colonists who joined the colonized...
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[audio]Amiri Baraka lecture on revolutionary poetry. - Baraka, Amiri
A lecture by Amiri Baraka on the politics of poetics. The lecture ends with a question and answer period covering topics such as jism and jazz, grants in music, whores, hypocrisy, Bob Dylan, and Noam Chomsky.
Keywords: New American Poetry; New York School; political poetry; protest poetry; Black Arts Movement
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[audio]William S. Burroughs class on the technology and ethic of wishing - Part 1 - Burroughs, William S.; Ginsberg, Allen; Waldman, Anne
First half of a class by William S. Burroughs on the technology and the ethics of wishing. The discussion includes rules for wishing, the dogma of science, L. Ron Hubbard, The Big Lie, and sympathetic magic. The class also includes a question and answer session covering subjects such as memory, Henry Miller, dreams in writing, and defining the soul. (Continues on 86p002.) Keywords: beat movement, magic and poetry, mysticism and literature, science and literature, consciousness and literature
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[movies]Young girls and sex
Two young girls caught on tape as they discover the joys of sex. A mini-documentary unlike anything you've seen before! Shocking, original images, dramatic tension in a life-changing situation of enlightenment and rejoycing.
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